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Indiana's Northview Church recently set out to launch four new satellite campuses within five years. Construction wise, this is an ambitious goal. Add a massive AV installation to the equation, with the ultimate goal of having an entirely HD operation, and it is an undertaking of biblical proportions.
It all started in 2006, when Northview built its first satellite campus nearly 65 miles away in West Lafayette. The church's main campus, located just outside of Indianapolis in Carmel, then built a new auditorium in 2010 to meet the needs of the continuously growing congregation. Now in 2012, the church has doubled in size and is looking towards satellite campuses to accommodate further growth. The plan is to erect four additional locations, all within 25 miles of the main campus.
Northview's Technical Director, Shaun Miller, oversees the church's AV needs, equipment, and a large team of volunteers. When Northview installed an HD video system in the first satellite location, it was up to Shaun and the rest of his team to upgrade the video control room at the main campus in Carmel.